Oct. 25, 2013
Royal Oaks Country Club
Oct. 28-29, 2013
Par 71 -- 7,068 yards
2013 Tournament Field: Baylor, Georgia Regents, Iowa, New Mexico, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Sam Houston State, SMU, Stanford, Texas A&M, UT Arlington
Live scoring: GolfStat.com
ARLINGTON, Texas - The UT Arlington men's golf team is set to close out its 2013 fall schedule on Monday when it competes at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate at Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas.
The Mavericks look to improve from a sixth place finish at last week's Herb Wimberly Invitational in New Mexico.
"Last week we were more consistent and had a competitive week," UT Arlington coach Jay Rees said. "We had an outstanding individual performance."
The Mavericks finish was their highest of the season as the team shot 10-over-part 294 in the final round to finish at plus-31 for the tournament. Joss Gosling tied for fourth overall, firing an even-round 71 on the final day. Andrew Cornella tied for 36th, Brad Mason 53rd, Cash Wilkerson 56th and Josh Radcliff finished tied for 64th.
The team at Royal Oaks is Josh Gosling, Cornella, Mason, Wilkerson, Radcliff and junior Jake Argento.
The Maverickss will face a tough field of play. Teams competing include Baylor, Georgia Regents, Iowa, New Mexico, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Sam Houston State, SMU, Stanford and Texas A&M.
"The field this week is arguably the best we've played all fall and is stronger or as strong as our regional," Rees said. "Every tournament is a chance to get mentally stronger and more consistent."
Competition in the 6-count-5 two-day event begins on Monday Oct. 28. Tee times, scores and schedule of the complete Royal Oaks Intercollegiate can be found at the tournament homepage. Follow @UTAMavs on Twitter for updates throughout competition.
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